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Semiotics of Law; Intent and Preparation Within a Semiosis Cycle


Published Nov. 10, 2009
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This paper examines the legal impossibility that exists when Law Enforcement introduce evidence of a violation of law. Where Law enforcement creates hyper-real entities and uses these entities as actual real victims to prosecute cases involving computer crimes. The courts, prosecutors and juries fail to understand that a symbolic character across the computational medium, the umwelt is not and cannot ever become real simply because law enforcement claims so.


Publisher Grin Publishing http://www.grin.com/en/
Year 2009
Language English
Book contributor AP Duarte Diaz
Collection scholarworkspaces
Notes Reality can only exist in within the realm where we as humans exist. Hyper-reality remains at a realm that only our minds can imagine. The umwelt is that area that buffers reality from hyper-reality.

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